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IMAGINE IRVING COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 2016
6 TO 8 P.M.
SOUTH IRVING LIBRARY (601 SCHULZE DRIVE)
Open House for the Imagine Irving Vision Unveiling
Join us at the Open House and preview the first chapter of the new Comprehensive Plan! Find out the community’s vision for Irving and how it will guide the Comprehensive Plan on topics like how Irving will grow and capitalize on its many assets, how it will adapt to changes in the future, which areas will be preserved, and how the city will look and feel in the next 30 years. View the draft Vision for Irving.
The Imagine Irving Survey
The Imagine Irving survey is now closed. Over 300 people responded to the survey. Thank you for taking the survey and sharing your ideas! We will be reporting out the results soon so please stay tuned. In the meantime, click here to see what the Irving community said during workshops in March and April.
Imagine Irving Community workshop with Hispanic community - May 16, 2015
Imagine Irving Community Workshop
The City of Irving wants to hear from the Hispanic community! Over 40 % of Irving's population is Hispanic, and it's growing. Your ideas and thoughts are important to us, and your input can help guide the city to better serve the Hispanic community, as well as the greater community at large. Please join us in envisioning the future of Irving!
Neighborhood Workshop in Valley Ranch - April 7, 2015
The Neighborhood Workshops were place based exercises where participants focused on a specific neighborhood or district within Irving and work to explore themes such as redevelopment, circulation and accessibility, bike and pedestrian routes, and urban design. The three Focus Areas include: Valley Ranch, the Airport Freeway and Belt Line area, and the Shady Grove area. These neighborhood workshops will lead to Neighborhood Plans that will be developed in coordination with the Comprehensive Plan.
Photos from Citywide Workshop - March 3, 2015
The Citywide Workshops will feature a planning game that uses very large city maps as the “game board” and icons representing possible development options as game pieces. Participants join together in groups at each table to create their vision for growth, transportation, open space and revitalization of the city. The results from each group are a central part of developing the plan themes, and often it is the ideas first developed during the workshops that become important components of the final strategy. This is your chance to make your voice heard! Don't miss this opportunity!